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Estrogens are important in the development, maintenance and physiology of the CNS. Several studies have shown their effects on the processing of hearing in both males and females, and these effects, in part, are thought to result from regulation of the transcription of genes via their classical estrogen receptor (ER) pathway. In order to understand the spatiotemporal changes that occur with age, we have studied the expression of ERs in the central auditory pathway in prepubertal and aged CBA mice with immunohistochemistry. In prepubertal mice a clear dichotomy was noted between the expression of ERα and ERβ. ERβ-positive neurons were found in the metencephalon whereas the majority of ERα was found in mesencephalon, diencephalon or the telencephalon. In the aged animals a different pattern of ER expression was found in terms of location and overall intensity. These age-induced changes in the expression pattern were generally not uniform, suggesting that region-specific mechanisms regulate the ERs’ age-related expression. Neither the prepubertal nor the aged animals showed sex differences in any auditory structure. Our results demonstrate different age-dependent spatial and temporal changes in the pattern of expression of ERα and ERβ, suggesting that each ER type may be involved in distinct roles across the central auditory pathway in different periods of maturation.
hearing, brain, sex dimorphism, western blot, auditory brainstem response, hearing loss
EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF ESTROGEN RECEPTORS IN THE CENTRAL AUDITORY SYSTEM CHANGE IN PREPUBERTAL AND AGED MICE
K. Charitidi,a R. D. Frisina,b O. N. Vasilyeva,b X. Zhu,b and B. Canlona,*
2011 Jul 12.
Circadian regulation of auditory function
Vasiliki Basinou,1 Jung-sub Park,1,2 Christopher R. Cederroth,1 and Barbara Canlon1
2018 Apr 1.
A taxonomic treatment, phylogeny based on analysis of six DNA sequence markers (ITS, ndhA intron, rpl32-trnL, rps3, rps16 intron and rps16-trnK) and classification of Muhlenbergia for Peru is given. Seventeen species and one presumed hybrid are recognised. Muhlenbergiaromaschenkoisp. nov. is newly described from the Rio Huallaga Valley, northeast of Huanuco. The type of Podosemumangustatum [≡ Muhlenbergiaangustata] clearly aligns with what we had been referring to as the hybrid between this species and M.rigida. Therefore, we adopt the next available heterotypic name, Muhlenbergiacoerulea, for what we had been calling M.angustata and change the hybrid designation to M.coerulea × M.rigida. Lectotypes are designated for Epicampescoerulea Griseb., Muhlenbergiaaffinis Trin., Muhlenbergiaberlandieri Trin., Muhlenbergiabeyrichiana Kunth, Muhlenbergiaelegansvar.atroviolacea Kuntze, Muhlenbergiaelegansvar.subviridis Kuntze and Muhlenbergiaphragmitoides Griseb.
classification, ITS, lectotypification, Muhlenbergia , Peru, phylogeny, plastid DNA sequences, Poaceae , systematics, taxonomy
Revision of Muhlenbergia (Poaceae, Chloridoideae, Cynodonteae, Muhlenbergiinae) in Peru: classification, phylogeny, and a new species, M.romaschenkoi
Paul M. Peterson,corresponding author1 Isidoro Sanchez Vega,2 Konstantin Romaschenko,1 Diego Giraldo-CaNas,3 and Nancy F. Refulio Rodriguez4